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ETL Developer- Payments

Job Title: ETL Developer- Payments
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Essex
Industry:
Salary: £400 - £475 per day + Competetive
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 3-6 Months
REF: etl2230217_1488463623
Contact Name: Amy Harris
Contact Email: amyh@montash.com
Job Published: 8 months ago

Job Description

Montash have been engaged by a Retail Bank based in Essex to source an ETL developer with Payments experience to join an IT Data Team to assist with the design and delivery of high quality systems, processes and deliverables and to support these systems and applications

You will be working in their area that provides finance to the specialist residential investment and commercial property mortgage market. You will be working on a payment optimisation project, working with Finance and Business Units and 3rd Party Vendors. The role will encompass design, implementation, strategy and operations. You will also be working on other projects as and when required and developing IT Solutions across a number of different systems and applications.

You will be required to liaise with Business and IT Stakeholders, users, Project Managers and Business Analysts

Requirements

  • Degree in Mathematics, Science or Information Systems
  • Microsoft qualifications advantageous but not a pre-requisite

Experience

    • Industry and regulatory awareness
    • Working with a financial services regulated environment
    • Payment experience would be useful
    • Medium sized IT Department (50+)
    • Database administration in Pre-Production & Production environments
    • Planning & executing database related deployments
    • ITIL or similar - working within Change & Incident frameworks
    • Ticket management

SQL Server 2008R2/2012/2016
- T SQL
-SSIS
-Performance Tuning and Best Practises

OLAP Database Design and Theory
OLTP Databse Design and Theory
A Good understanding of BI Concepts and Theories
An Understanding of Infrastructure Architecture

Nice to Have

-SSRS

-VBScript, C#, VB.et

Interpersonal

Good Stakeholder Experience
Accuracy and Attention to detail
Proven experience of full lifecycle experience development projects and Agile
Analytical with problem solving
Ability to hit the ground running straight away

etl developer / BI Developer / BI / Business intelligence / SSRS / SSAS / SSIS / OLAP / OLTP / Database / T SQL / SQL Server 2008R2 / SQL / SQL Server / Qlikview / finance / payments / payment / banking / financial services / regulatory reporting / regulatory

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